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  • Honeybees-Dying

Leading insecticide cuts bee sperm by almost 40%

Bees are dying in unsustainable numbers, and this latest study is further evidence that the world’s most widely used insecticide is cutting live sperm in males by almost [...]

August 14th, 2016|
  • cooling bees

What bees do to beat the heat?

People have their strategies for cooling down as the mercury rises. So do animals. Birds do it, bees do it - find out bees cooling strategies to beat [...]

August 7th, 2016|
  • holding-female-honeyguide

Wild honeyguide bird helps to locate honey-rich bees’ nests!

New findings suggest that the famous cooperation between honeyguide birds and human honey hunters in sub-Saharan Africa is a two-way conversation. The greater honeyguide, Latin name Indicator indicator, [...]

July 31st, 2016|
  • Organic_bees

Organic agriculture: right way of saving bees from extinction!

One of the most important components of agriculture – pollinators – is suffering more than ever before but organic agriculture can help! About one-third of the human [...]

July 23rd, 2016|
  • zika-1024

A bacteria found in bees can stop mosquitoes to infect people with the Zika virus!

A harmless bacteria found in bees and butterflies can stop mosquitoes from being able to infect people with the Zika virus, a study has found. What is Zika? [...]

July 16th, 2016|
  • Hive

Wolfgang Buttress’s Hive: The sculpture controlled by bees

Its 170,000 pieces of aluminium are a hive-like structure of latticework, controlled by the vibrations of honeybees in a hive at Kew that is connected to the sculpture. [...]

July 2nd, 2016|
  • JorafarmBees

Jorafarm bees: inspirational organization that specializes in beekeeping

As a way of reducing poverty and unemployment in the Nigerian market, Ayoade Akande the project manager of Jorafarm bees decided to share his skills in beekeeping with [...]

June 22nd, 2016|
  • bees_and_fuzz_flowers

Bees use their fuzz to detect electric fields

Researchers say the fuzz that covers bees' bodies helps them sense flowers' natural electric fields, allowing them to home in on their favorite plants. At first, all Gregory [...]

June 14th, 2016|
  • Capped Queen Cells

What is going on In Maria’s apiary: Queen Cells are ready to go!

After equalizing and getting ready for splits, Maria started Queen Cells with the cut cell method. Find out how everything went. As we mentioned last week, there are [...]

June 8th, 2016|
  • Dr Watson

Escherichia coli and Malaria: infections and diseases that bees can fight off!

Scientists are examining whether another bee product could help mankind fight off infections such as E.coli and diseases like malaria. For thousands of years man's relationship with bees [...]

June 4th, 2016|
  • Plumpollen

Pollen identification color guide

Honey bees forage for both nectar and pollen.  The nectar is the bees source of energy while the pollen is consumed because it is a source of protein [...]

May 28th, 2016|
  • Manuka-Honey

Manuka Honey – unique honey and special medical health issuer

Manuka honey  is one of the most unique and beneficial forms of honey in the world. There are many Manuka honey uses that range from healing sore to [...]

May 21st, 2016|

BeeRM - app for beekeepers!

“Bees do have a smell, you know, and if they don’t they should, for their feet are dusted with spices from a million flowers.”

Ray Bradbury, Dandelion Wine

“Everything takes time. Bees have to move very fast to stay still.”

David Foster Wallace, Brief Interviews with Hideous Men

“If the bee disappeared off the face of the earth, man would only have four years left to live”

Maurice Maeterlinck, The Life of the Bee

“The keeping of bees is like the direction of sunbeams.”

Henry David Thoreau

“One can no more approach people without love than one can approach bees without care. Such is the quality of bees…”

Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy

“I am small, but still important!”

Bee, Hive no 5